From Die Antwoord to Palestine, these are today's top stories
20 Aug 2019

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A woman’s vile ‘homophobic’ tirade at a gay pub landlord in Staffordshire, England, was caught on camera. The footage soon went viral but, warning, it may cause distress or upset for some viewers.

Following the news that the Palestinian Authority has banned LGBT+ groups from carrying out activities in the West Band, activist organisation Al-Qaws has shared five ways you can support Palestinian queers.

And hip-hop group Die Antwoord have denied committing a ‘hate crime’ after resurfaced footage reportedly shows members shouting ‘homophobic’ slurs at Hercules and Love Affair musician Andy Butler.

More top stories below…

Today's top stories

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